QUAKER MEETING: At 10.30am each Sun at the Meeting House in Erskine Rd. SALSASIZE: Classes on Tuesdays 7.30pm, at Fron Community Centre (opp Eirias Park). Contact Marilyn Thompson on 01492 518892. ACOL BRIDGE: St Andrew’s Bridge Club welcomes improver and experienced ACOL bridge players on Thurs at 1.15pm. Ring 01492 548228. WALKING GROUP: Meets at the Bay Learning Centre, Conway Rd at 10.30am every Thurs except last Thurs of month. Walks are free of charge, sociable and approximately an hour to an hour and half in length. Contact Helen at Communities First on 01492 531996. SPIRITUALIST MEETING HOUSE: 17 Woodland Rd West. Sat: 7pm £3. Demo of Mediumship. Sun: 6.30pm Service with Mediumship. (Collection only). Open Circle: Mons (Alternate) 7.30pm £3. See Notice Board or log on to www. colwynbayspiritualistchurch.btck.co.uk
ST JOSEPH’S CHURCH: Sat Vigil Mass at 5.30pm. Sun Masses: 9.30am, 11am. HEADWAY: Denbigh and Conwy Headway Group, first Wed every month, at Capel Salem, Antioch,, 10.30am. Come along and meet other survivors of head injuries, carers and their families. CHURCH-IN-WALES: Colwyn Bay and Bryn-y-Maen. Sun Services: St Paul’s Eucharist 8.30 and 10.30am and Evensong 5.30pm, Dewi Sant Cymun 9.15yb, Christ Church service 9.30am. Messy Church Dewi Sant last Sun each month 3-5pm. HEAR TO HELP: Volunteers hold drop-in clinics at Colwyn Bay Library, first Tues each month, 10am-noon. FRON FRIENDSHIP GROUP: Every Tues 2-4pm at Fron Community Centre, Ffordd Bugail. Activities inc guest speakers, demos, trips out, quizzes, bingo, raffle. Entrance £1. Tea/coffee/ biscuits. Contact C Matthews 01492 518018 or R Williams 01492 517256. CONVENT OF MERCY: Nursing Home, Landsowne Road, hold their summer fair on Sat, August 1, 2-4pm. Entertainment from the band Woteva and the Ukulele Band. Various stalls, many prizes. ROTARY: Rotarian Alan Morgan was formally installed as the Club’s Vice President by President John Barker. The meeting continued with a talk by Gordon Nugent. He told the Club that he had attended Durham University which was housed in Newcastle-uponTyne between a pub and a cinema. He spoke about Metals and how for centuries they have been used as protection, for tooling and as a valuable commodity from Roman coins to present gold bullion. Metals are used in the construction industry. He spoke about the properties of metal and the stresses and strains to which it is put. Gordon was thanked for his talk by Rotarian Harry Stanley who hoped he would give the same instructive talk to the Ladies Circle. AMNESTY: International UK Colwyn Bay group will meet today (Thurs) at Colwyn Bay Cricket Club, Rhos-on-Sea 7.30pm. Contact Maggie.towse@ amnesty.org.uk 01492 514870 MOBILE LIBRARY: Next visit Tues Aug 4 at: Bryn Cadno (11:20-11:50); Troon Way (11:55-12:15) Colwyn Heights. Free to join. Ring: 01492 576139.